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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Cramer Pans Hansen Natural (HANS) In a Bad Way on MAD MONEY

Cramer also discussed Krispy Kreme (KKD) the stock, but wanted to find a similar situation. Cramer said KKD has raised every single red flag they could. It has been screaming "Sell Me" relentlessly as they haven't even filed financials since 2004. At $8.00 he said it is worse than buying lottery tickets. He said losing a CFO & COO within months of each other is bad. He said it has a terrible/scary trajectory. He said the wheels fell off the bus in 2003, and it has been dowhill ever since.

Cramer was comparing Hansen Natural Corp (HANS) because of its trajectory. Cramer said HANS accounting is actually good, but Cramer said he thinks HANS is done. He said it may never recover. He said it has lost its momentum and he thinks you can sell the strength after the 4% gain today.

HANS has fallen 0.9% in after-hours trading to $29.48.

Please remember that HANS usually carries a very large short interest because it is an old momentum stock.

Herb Greenberg is probably happy on Cramer's call.

Jon C. Ogg
September 13, 2006

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